BLACKPINK’s Lisa is reportedly now a resident of Beverly Hills

BLACKPINK member Lisa reportedly purchased another million-dollar home. 


It was recently reported that BLACKPINK’s Lisa purchased a new home in Beverly Hills, California. This location is home to many Hollywood celebrities and rich businessmen. 

It was also reported that Lisa did not buy an ordinary property. The BLACKPINK member bought a house with over 1.3 acres in Coldwater Canyon. It was revealed that the price of the house is around USD 3.9 million (or 5.46 billion Korean won). 

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The seller revealed these details. The seller also shared that the house Lisa bought has four bedrooms, a big terrace, and a space for a swimming pool. 

Although the reports are widespread, Lisa’s side did not give their official statement about it. 

In January of this year, it was also revealed that Lisa bought a home in South Korea. The BLACKPINK member introduced her new crib located in Seongbuk-dong, Seoul. According to reports, her Seoul home was bought for the price of 7.5 billion Korean won (USD 5.4 million) in 2023. She also recently unveiled the house through her vlog. 

Meanwhile, Lisa will be embarking on her solo career not only in South Korea but also in Hollywood. Last week, Lisa confirmed that she had signed with American label RCA Records. RCA Records will work with Lisa’s own label LLOUD for the upcoming solo activities of Lisa. 

Lisa is also embarking on her acting career with the upcoming Season 3 Of the American HBO Series "The White Lotus." This will be her first ever drama project since debut. 

Aside from her solo activities, Lisa will still participate in all BLACKPINK activities. YG Entertainment will manage Lisa, together with other BLACKPINK members for all their group activities such as albums, concerts, and more. 

Congratulations to BLACKPINK Lisa!

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